EC New Zealand

Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand Practice Guidelines: Pharmacist Supply of the Emergency Contraceptive Pill

Recent selected research papers from New Zealand

Duncan, R., Anderson, L., & Pickering, N. (2019). Closing the Gap between Need and Uptake: a Case for Proactive Contraception Provision to Adolescents. Asian Bioethics Review, 11(1), 95-109.

Horsfield, E., Kelly, F., Clark, T., & Sheridan, J. (2014). How youth-friendly are pharmacies in New Zealand? Surveying aspects of accessibility and the pharmacy environment using a youth participatory approach. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 10(3), 529-538.

Horsfield, E., Kelly, F., Sheridan, J., Stewart, J., & Clark, T. (2014). Could community pharmacies help to improve youth health? Service availability and views of pharmacy personnel in New Zealand. International Journal of Public Health, 59(5), 789-798.

Horsfield, E., Sheridan, J., Kelly, F., Robinson, E., Clark, T., & Ameratunga, S. (2014). Filling the gaps: opportunities for community pharmacies to help increase healthcare access for young people in New Zealand. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 22(3), 169-177.

Sheridan, J., Stewart, J., Smart, R. O. S., & McCormick, R. (2012). Risky drinking among community pharmacy customers in New Zealand and their attitudes towards pharmacist screening and brief interventions. Drug & Alcohol Review, 31(1), 56-63.

Whitley, C., Rose, S., Sim, D., & Cook, H. (2020). Association Between Women’s Use of Long-Acting Reversible Contraception and Declining Abortion Rates in New Zealand. Journal of Women’s Health, 29(1), 21-28.